GB/0397 Royal Academy of Arts Archive.
| |GRI George Richmond, RA personal papers 1825-1896
| |GRI/3 General correspondence of George Richmond c.1826-1896
| ||>GRI/3/37 J.H. Gurney, Lutterworth, to [George Richmond] 1 Aug 1842|
|Title||J.H. Gurney, Lutterworth, to [George Richmond]|
|Date||1 Aug 1842|
|Extent & Medium||1 piece|
|Content Description||He left Richmond's present at White's to be framed; he imagines Mr. Coleridge found that he was too late in applying for Rugby; they have taken Tait, Fellow and Tutor of Balliol, though not of Arnold's calibre; he would like to see Richmond there, and show him the pulpit in which Wiclif preached and the chair in which he died.|